Green is a very good color. It is my favorite. It is energizing and, well, awesome because it shows life! I am also doing this to get debates, so just say what you want. On a scale of one to ten do I take this seriously, it would be five. Have a fun time!
I disgaree with this because they say that the eyes are the windows to a person’s soul. Take a look into a person’s eyes and you can gaze deep into their feelings emotions and mood. The eyes of a person can be warm and bright or cold and stray and we can know it all by just looking at them. Each and every person in the world is blessed with eyes and each pair of eyes are brilliant in their own sweet ways. We often see some people who have really great eyes and wish we could have eyes like them but one must always remember that the very fact that you have an eyesight is a great gift of nature and we must be ever-so-grateful about it. All eye colors are pretty, not just green.
Well awilkows, I didn't mean just eye color. Also, another lucky coincidence. I HAPPEN TO HAVE GREEN EYES! I agree with you that all eye colors are pretty, and I used to have mouse gray eyes. I liked it. In addition, I adore my little 3yo sister's eyes, which are a striking blue.
Green is a very good color in general, like most others. Just take a look around you. Imagine if the tree carpeted hills were not green. Imagine if they were gray, or even a different color on the spectrum. Imagine a world with no green at all. It would be heart-breaking.
Color plays a vitally important role in the world in which we live. Color can sway thinking, change actions, and cause reactions. It can irritate or soothe your eyes, raise your blood pressure or suppress your appetite. When used in the right ways, color can even save on energy consumption.
Colors a powerful form of communication, color is irreplaceable. Red means "stop" and green means "go." Traffic lights send this universal message. Likewise, the colors used for a product, web site, business card, or logo cause powerful reactions. Each and every color matters! Not just green.